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SOURCE John A. Reiss
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- "Best Dating Book Ever" by filmmaker-turned-author John A.Reiss is now available in an eBook format on Amazon and iTunes, and as a graphic PDF on BestDatingBookEver.com. The micro-book is a candid and concise approach to help in uncomfortable first encounters with potential partners and provides easy conversation techniques and real-life anecdotes.
"A person decides very quickly if they are into someone or not, possibly in the first few seconds of meeting them," Reiss said. "So I developed a concept that I call 'First Words Matter' because I wanted to offer my readers practical help and give them the confidence to strike up a conversation."
The 24-page book is a fun, easy read full of useful suggestions on how to turn a 30-second encounter into a 30-minute conversation and a possible relationship. It comes from a unique and very-real male perspective and is based on Reiss' own experiences as a divorced father-of-two living in Venice, California.
The book is intended for both men and women who want to make a meaningful connection when they meet someone they like in a setting like a first date, a bar or a party. Reiss uses a light, accessible style with funny and sometimes raw stories he collected while working as a video editor and during his travels to more than 40 countries.
For more information or to purchase the book visit www.bestdatingbookever.com.
About the Author
John A. Reiss lives and works in Los Angeles, California and divides his time between writing and video editing. Reiss has won two Emmy awards for editing feature documentaries and original music scores. He has spent seven years working in women's television programming at Lifetime and the Oprah Winfrey Network. Reiss is currently finishing his second book on relationships and marriage, "Getting Through the Break-up."
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